To prevent this from happening, my company has developed derating rules that prevent anyone from designing all the way up against the data sheet limits. Figure 2 places a resistor R1 in series with the driver, with the value of R1 selected such that the effective series impedance RS of the driver, plus R1, together equals about 50 ohms. This makes a good series termination. I have a few questions which sorry if they are in the manual I need to design the board round this. At the source end of your connection, install a series resistor of approximately 22 ohms Figure 1.
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I have a few questions which sorry if they are in the manual I need to design the board round this.
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Now at the end of the line the end-termination can be twice that, or ohms. Actually, what you want is for the total series impedance formed by R1 plus the natural series impedance RS of the driver, to equal half of R2. Message 3 of You could use a TTL to 50 ohm line driver ie 74Sit will invert your signal though. It has the lowest DC current drive requirement of 3. The second possible problem with such a circuit, again assuming we are talking about going from a 5V logic device to a 3.
Yes, most x-ray detectors use 50 ohm TTL which is either 0 to 5V into 50 ohm or 0 to 2. Figure 2 places a resistor R1 in series with the driver, with the value of R1 selected such that the effective series impedance RS of the driver, plus R1, together equals about 50 ohms.
What kind of termination can I use which does this attenuation? Message 6 of Here are his comments. Suppose the 5V power comes up first, while the 3. I will probably do this for the OUT signals.
74S Datasheet(PDF) – Fairchild Semiconductor
Power sequencing is becoming more and more of an issue as we proliferate so many different power supply levels. If the line is longer, then considering the power issue paramount, and assuming the signal quality were acceptable, I would prefer a simple, series-terminated driver. This makes a good series termination.
These libe impose no power sequencing requirements.
The burn-out problem is subtle. The surge happens because, during the first roundtrip delay, the transmission line looks like 50 ohms to ground, so the driver has to drive 75 ohms in series with the parallel combination of and 50 ohms.
Is this terminated by 50 ohm or by some other value? Plus, there’s enough attenuation that we may not have to worry about overdriving anything.
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I’m going to try a slew of different architectures to see what is good and bad about each one. Adjust the 74s1440 resistor to account for the series resistance of your driver, in order to perfect the received signal size. I find that when we make assumptions about the power sequence, or the initial logic state, someone inevitable violates those assumptions either during test or during design verification.
We do not believe it is practical to always control the linf, or to control the state in which gates power up. Every year I find myself repeating the same lecture about unexpected currents traversing ESD diodes. I suppose you could parallel CMOS outputs to get more drive. An unrestricted version of this entire Collection, including all the movies, articles, and powerpoint source files for the seminars, is available on hard disk under a one-time, royalty-free license.
The signal at the end will not achieve V[OH] on the first edge, but will do so soon afterwards. How about the circuit in Figure 3? First, I assume he was talking about going from a 5V logic device to a 3. Message 9 of If that is the case, the problem with your suggested simple 22 and 50 ohm divider is that 74s410 are few logic liine I know of only one with enough drive strength to drive that low of an impedance to the proper 3.
74S140: 14P Dual 4 input NAND Driver
Enough series resistance must be included to prevent dangerous overdrive currents when powering up. I have some remarks with regards to your article below which might have some bearing on the reason Mehran kept asking more questions and did not seem to want to accept your answers.
When we are doing power voltage translation we try to use parts that do not have ESD diodes to Vcc on such interfaces, and can tolerate large input voltages without latching up.